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Quantum physics makes small leap with microscopic gravity measurement

Quantum physics makes small leap with microscopic gravity measurement

Scientists have detected the pull of gravity on the microscopic scale in a feat that lays the groundwork for probing its nature in the mysterious quantum realm.

The Emergence of Human-Like Medications for Pets

The Emergence of Human-Like Medications for Pets

As pet ownership increases, the development of new medications and treatment options for animals is growing. One company leading the way is Zoetis, which recently had the first monoclonal antibody pain treatment for cats and dogs approved.

Pumped up: will a Dutch startup’s plan to restore Arctic sea-ice work?

Pumped up: will a Dutch startup’s plan to restore Arctic sea-ice work?

As the Arctic warms, devastating the climate and ecosystems, an old idea used to create skating rinks could be deployed to restore melting ice caps, despite scepticism from some experts

Scientists Break Record for Smallest Measurements of Gravity

Scientists Break Record for Smallest Measurements of Gravity

Scientists have achieved the smallest measurements of gravity to date using a new technique that could potentially help us understand the quantization of gravity and its relationship with general relativity and quantum mechanics.

FAA Investigation Closes, SpaceX Nears Clearance for Third Starship Launch

FAA Investigation Closes, SpaceX Nears Clearance for Third Starship Launch

SpaceX is nearing its clearance for the third Starship launch following the closure of a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) investigation that was caused by its second launch.

Keeping your Pets safe During the Solar Eclipse

Keeping your Pets safe During the Solar Eclipse

As we near the eclipse, many pet owners have been asking about how to keep their four-legged friends safe during the event.

Counties Blocking Wind and Solar: Threats to U.S. Clean Energy Goals

Counties Blocking Wind and Solar: Threats to U.S. Clean Energy Goals

A nationwide analysis reveals that local governments in the US are banning new utility-scale wind and solar power faster than they're being built, posing a risk to the goal of reaching 100% clean energy by 2035.

Japan Moon lander survives lunar night

Japan Moon lander survives lunar night

Japan's Moon lander, Slim, has survived the harsh lunar night and rebooted itself after a period of shut down.